09.05.2012

NewGen Asia, Volume 2, April 2012

The April 2012 issue of the NewGen Asia, Volume 2 was recently released.  This newsletter provides an update on recent activities supported through the NewGen Asia, a regional capacity development initiative aiming to...[details]

Categorie: News

09.05.2012

Request for Proposal - National Technical Guidance on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (NTGCSE)

UNESCO office in Jakarta would like to invite you to submit a proposal for the development of the National Technical Guidance on Comprehensive Sexuality Education and related activities to be implemented from May to December...[details]

Categorie: News

13.04.2012

Enabling journalism educators to support comprehensive governance responses to HIV/AIDS and other development challenges through journalism education

African Democracy Institute Idasa has completed an assessment on how HIV and AIDS and other development issues feature in journalism curricula at four academic institutions in South Africa. Commissioned by UNESCO and implemented...[details]

Categorie: News

04.04.2012

Practical Guidelines for Supporting EDUCAIDS Implementation

UNESCO, 2012 The Practical Guidelines for Supporting EDUCAIDS Implementation provide practical and simple guidance that can be used by UNESCO colleagues as well as other partners including UNAIDS Cosponsors, to support the...[details]

Categorie: Publications

21.03.2012

Mongolia – Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS 2007 - 2011 Report

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Mongolia, 2012This report provides an overview of the work of the UNTG on AIDS between 2007 and 2011, highlighting the key achievements in the various areas of UN work in...[details]

Categorie: Publications

14.03.2012

Is There a Need for Sexuality Education for Young People in India? States and National consultations on Comprehensive Sexuality Education

In a national study, only 15% of the young people surveyed had access to information from their parents or teachers on any kind of sexuality education. By the age of 18, 28% of Indian women will have given birth to a child and...[details]

Categorie: News

12.03.2012

Qaphela Wenze! Take Note and Act!

Children often have greater insight into the routes of HIV infection and bodily responses than we realise. When they understand the importance of HIV testing and treatment, they can be keen advocates for health options among...[details]

Categorie: News, In Focus